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The Harmony of The Prophetic Word

By |2020-04-01T09:01:58-06:00December 3rd, 2019|Categories: , , , , |

A reprint of a classic and timeless work by one of the best prophecy teachers of the past 150 years. Arno C. Gaebelein's "Harmony of the Prophetic Word" skillfully draws together the teachings of the Hebrew Scriptures on eight important subjects, including the Theocratic Kingdom, the conversion of Israel, and the Day of the Lord. Containing dozens of scripture references, Gaebelein weaves the prophetic Word together masterfully, helping the student of prophecy better understand the complete picture of prophetic revelation. This edition [...]

Reflections on the Life of Robert L. Thomas, Th.D.

By |2018-01-10T16:01:17-06:00September 17th, 2017|Categories: Books, Christian Living, Christian Publishing, Church History, Current Events, Dispensational Theology, Featured Posts, Theological Education|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Robert L. Thomas, Th.D. (June 4, 1928–Sept. 6, 2017) The New Testament puts heavy emphasis on using the mind as the principal avenue to Christian growth.[1] Dr. Robert L. Thomas modeled this truth in his own life and ministry in the Word of God. Throughout his teaching ministry (1959–2008) he applied his brilliant, God-given mind to Bible study, research, writing, and teaching. That career culminated in December 2014 with Dr. John MacArthur announcing the awarding of professor emeritus status to Dr. Thomas [...]

The Noahic Flood and God’s Sovereign Plan

By |2018-01-10T16:00:04-06:00October 26th, 2016|Categories: Apologetics, Ark Encounter, Bible History, Featured Posts, Flood|Tags: , , , |

(Read Part 3) We have come to the concluding point in in our study of the Noahic flood. Many readers of Genesis 1 have made the observation that “God saw . . . that . . . was good” occurs in the record for every one of the six days of creation except the second (1:4, 10, 18, 21, 25). The final occurrence of the statement changes to “very good” and covers all six days (1:31). Why did God forego that evaluative judgment [...]

Two-by-Two or Seven-by-Seven?

By |2018-01-10T09:07:11-06:00July 13th, 2016|Categories: Apologetics, Ark Encounter, Bible History, Featured Posts, Flood|Tags: , , , |

Two-by-Two? The newest and most spectacular Christian construction project of the 21st century stands majestically in the great state of Kentucky, ready for God to use in a colossal fashion. This project will proclaim lovingly, visually and dramatically the best news ever given to man, God’s story of redemption. Many of us heard the Bible “story” of Noah’s ark for the first time as children in a Sunday school class. The massive building project of Noah, and the supernatural work of God in [...]

The Third Temple Period: Daniel’s Prophecy

By |2018-01-09T18:41:16-06:00March 31st, 2016|Categories: Bible Prophecy, Featured Posts, Temple|Tags: , |

(Read Part 5) Daniel prophesied the distinctly dispensational truth that there would be a Jewish temple in the city of Jerusalem during the future eschatological seven-year tribulation period (Dan. 9:27). Daniel recorded the prophecy approximately 2,600 years ago, while King Nebuchadnezzar held him captive in Babylon. The tribulation period is synonymous with the yet future 70th week of Daniel’s 70-week prophecy (Dan. 9:24-27). The numbers and the use of the word “week” may seem confusing at first glance. However, when the basics [...]

Early Epochs in Dispensational Thought

By |2018-01-09T18:12:38-06:00February 2nd, 2016|Categories: Church History, Dispensational Theology|Tags: , |

In early 1992, I was invited by Dr. Ernest Pickering, pastor of Fourth Baptist Church and president of Central Baptist Theological Seminary, Minneapolis, to participate in the annual Founders Conference in the seminary. He expressed an opinion that we needed “a clear call on the subject of dispensationalism.” I was honored to be asked and was delighted to go. I suppose there is never a time when we do not need to refresh ourselves on doctrinal truth, especially the distinctives of dispensationalism. [...]